Arts & Features articles

My Favorite Things: The Pursuit of Happiness

July 26, 2008 0

Written by: Kaitlin Strohschein Blaise Pascal, the French mathematician and philosopher said, “All men seek happiness. This is without exception. Whatever different means they employ, they all tend to this […]

BCC: A culturally accepting college?

July 8, 2008 0

Written by: Elizabeth Ballinger When students in her English class ask first-year student Fahima Mohamed where she’s from, she usually says Seattle. “

My favorite things: Traveling

July 1, 2008 0

Written by: Sylvie Xieng The spirit of summer always puts one thing in BCC students’ minds: vacation! And with the sub-par summer weather lingering ever since May, I have never […]

Swedish students versus the states

July 1, 2008 0

Written by: Susanna Pehrson When taking a closer look at the differences between Swedish college students and BCC students, obvious differences can be made. Not only are BCC students much […]

Seattle International Film Festival

June 3, 2008 0

Written by: Ashley Ann The Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF), one of the biggest film festivals in the country, is embarking on its 38th annual run this year. Starting on […]

Superheros at the cinemas

May 27, 2008 0

Written by: Ashley Ann Summertime has always been a favorite of the movie industry’s for the release of action-packed, superhero-filled movies, and this summer is looking like it’s not going […]

My favorite thing at BCC

May 27, 2008 0

Written by: Megan Messina As a student I look closely at what a college has to offer me. Not just in academics but in student life as well. I am […]

BCC news to know

May 27, 2008 0

Written by: Megan Messina Rain or shine, mark your calendars for this weekend’s 37th Northwest Folklife Festival. The Festival will be held May 23-26 from 11am-11pm and is free of […]

Seattle’s Folk Life festival

May 27, 2008 0

Written by: Tania Lichtenwalter Rain or shine, mark your calendars for this weekend’s 37th Northwest Folklife Festival. The Festival will be held May 23-26 from 11am-11pm and is free of […]

The Emerald City goes green

May 19, 2008 0

Written by: Ashley Ann Seattle mayor Greg Nickels is well known for being fiercely protective of the environment, and it seems that he is determined to drag his city to […]

Experience Seattle, part two

May 19, 2008 0

Written by: Sophie Holeman Smiling sweetly in the (partly-sunny) Seattle sun, I link arms with my date and head out the door. I’ve been anticipating this “Sophie Tour” since last […]

Seattle: city of chocolate

May 13, 2008 0

Chocolate has been characteristically known as a close substitute to that carnal hunger that our world boundlessly craves. Chocolate, although a classically desired substance by both the ancient and the […]

How to experience Seattle

May 13, 2008 0

Written by: Sophie Holeman “So, you better believe it. I’m totally going to take you up on your services, what shall we call it …a Sophie Tour?” This was the […]

Study and broaden your horizons

May 13, 2008 0

Written by: Susanna Pehrson To study abroad is a way to open up your mind to other cultures and languages, hardly matched by any other experience. A major side-effect is […]

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